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Sneak Preview of LIMS Short Courses at PITTCON 2013

15 Jan 2013 - 15 Jan 2013 - United States



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Webinar:         Sneak Preview of LIMS Short Courses at PITTCON 2013

Date/Time:      January 15, 2013 at 2:00pm EST

Duration:         1 Hour

Cost: Complimentary

Authors of each Short Course will provide an overview of their course, spend time highlighting the key benefits and take-backs from their class, and what you can expect to accomplish with the new knowledge.

 Short Course Titles:

·         Delivering a Successful Laboratory Informatics Project

·         Improving Teamwork &  Task-Focus in the Analytical Laboratory

·         Game Over or Project Reset: Rescuing Failed Informatics Projects

·         LIMS/ELN: How to Select, Plan, & Implement the Right Software for your Laboratory

·         QM/LIMS/SDMS/ELN - The Role of Lab Informatics in the Lean Lab

 Key Benefits:

·         Narrow down which classes you want to take

·         Collect information to present to your supervisor for approval 

·         Learn the full value of attending a PITTCON Short Course

·         Hear a more in-depth summary of each class and what you should expect to learn

 Gather your coworkers and manager and join us: Register for the Webinar



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